The Hotel: Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Spa and Golf Resort
Boasting direct access to 13 kilometres of pristine beach and the translucent blue waters of the South Pacific, the 4.5-star Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Spa and Golf Resort blends natural beauty with modern luxury to ensure visits to New Caledonia are unforgettable. Located at the at the base of the Deva domain, with its hills, valleys, and UNESCO World Heritage-listed barrier reef, the resort offers a scenic natural setting for guests to relax and recharge, along with a myriad of activities to make the most of any holiday. Main meals, light bites and sunset beverages can be enjoyed at Reef, a Feast Restaurant by Sheraton, the Sand Beach Grill, or the stylish Creek Bar.
Holidaymakers can take advantage of the tropical climate and kick back poolside, or stand up paddleboard, kayak, or canoe and venture into the big blue. For the ultimate relaxation, the Deep Nature Spa offers treatments aiming at soothing mind and body. Guests can also enjoy unlimited green fees at the 18-hole, international championship course, surrounded by the crystal clear lagoon and lush forest.
The spacious Deluxe Domain Rooms combine South Pacific ambiance with media hub, flat-screen TV, air-conditioning, as well as a spacious bathroom with a freestanding bathtub. A private terrace provides the perfect space to unwind and simply soak up the leafy surrounds.
Deluxe Domain Room
- Bed size/type: King or twin bedding
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Four people
- $99 per person per night for an additional adult
- $20 per person per night for an additional child under 12 years old
- The room boasts flat screen TV, media hub and air-conditioning, private terrace and bathrooms with separate shower and freestanding bathtub
The Area: Noumea, New Caledonia
Planted in the heart of the world’s largest – and UNESCO heritage-listed – lagoon, New Caledonia is home to an archipelago of exotic and diverse islands. Expect rugged coastlines, unspoiled white sand beaches and lush tropical rainforests in this Pacific destination, along with a unique slice of French culture thanks to its colonial past. The capital of Noumea is located on Grand Terre, where travellers can go from gourmet dining to waterfall diving; uncovering bargains in shopping areas to discovering tropical fish in underwater canyons.
Offering French cuisine, golden sands, mountaintop chalets and underwater exploration, New Caledonia isn’t short on things to do. History and heritage buffs will want to wander over to the Tjibaou Cultural Centre, which celebrates the indigenous culture. Then wander along the waterfront for a walk taking in the island scenery and sea views. Snorkeling, windsurfing and diving are all popular pursuits on the island. Divers make their way to Prony Bay to explore the awe-inspiring Needle of Prony. Once bodies are tired out, relax by sampling traditional food, sipping on a tropical cocktail in an atmospheric bar and strolling along the boulevards and bays.